In class 2A, eighth ranked South Central Calhoun will play host to Sioux Center. South Central Calhoun coach Bryan Case says they will need to find a way to solve the Sioux Center defense. They run a 3-5 and a 3-4 defense and he says they do a good job of disguising what they do.
Case says they will try to take Sioux Center quarterback Micah Lassen out of the game. Lassen has passed for more than 1,200 yards this season and rushed for more than 750. He says other teams have tried to stop him and haven’t been able to, so his team will have to try and get him stopped before he gets started.
Sioux Center coach Tim Van Regenmorter says the Warriors will need to find a way to score points. He says they’ve only given up a couple of touchdowns and he says that means they will have to take care of the ball and keep the defense off the field.
Van Regenmorter says South Central Calhoun will come at them with a powerful ground attack in a power T formation where they try to overload one of the gaps. He says they have to fly to the ball at the point of attack and pursue the ball.
By Doug Broek, KSCJ, Sioux Center